Two women arrested for injecting HIV blood into mother
Hyderabad, Oct 7 – Angry with their mother for refusing to write the property in their names, two women and the husband of one injected her with HIV-contaminated blood in Andhra Pradesh's Guntur town. The three were arrested Thursday.
Durga, 35, Kameshwari, 32, and Kameshwari's husband Sambasiva Rao, 36, have been arrested, police said. They were later produced in a court, which sent them to jail for two weeks.
The trio were after the property of 59-year-old Bharati and allegedly injected her with HIV-infected blood. Bharati complained to police that Durga, her step-daughter from her earlier husband, in connivance with Kameshwari and her husband took her to a hospital where they injected her with the HIV-infected blood.
Kameshwari works as a nurse in a government-run hospital, where she with the help of her husband and sister committed the crime.
Bharati, who was undergoing treatment for fever, grew suspicious when her condition worsened and she underwent blood tests which confirmed that she was injected with contaminated blood.
She alongwith her husband, Rachakonda Ranga Rao, a retired government employee, lodged a complaint with the police.
A case under Domestic Violence Act was booked against her daughters and son-in-law.
The accused were mounting pressure on Bharati to hand over to them her property estimated at Rs.50 lakh and when she refused they hatched a plan to ensure her death.